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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
Avalokiteshvara (Kannon Bosatsu)
Japanese
10th-11th century
68.130
Haniwa horse
Japanese
3rd-6th century
51.42
Amida Buddha
Japanese
ca. 1130
2011.39
Standing Buddha
Japanese
12th century
60.74
Dainichi Nyorai
Japanese
12th century
35.70
Tobatsu Bishamonten
Japanese
late 10th century
48.179
Flying Attendant on Cloud
Japanese
late 12th century
34.119
Prince Shotoku at Age Two
Japanese
ca. 1300
36.22
Haniwa warrior figure
Japanese
6th century
62.44
Dogu (clay figurine)
Japanese
1000-400 BCE
76.35
Haniwa woman; Burial figure
Japanese
4th-6th century
51.40
Eagle on Rock
Japanese
35.598
Torso: One of the Four Guardians
Japanese
1185-1333
35.77
Monkey Holding Baby
Japanese
ca. 1800
68.185
Recumbent Stag
Japanese
18th century
35.76
Inari fox
Japanese
19th century
98.47.23.1
Inari fox
Japanese
19th century
98.47.23.2
Standing Virgin Mary
Japanese
17th century
65.132
Head of a figuring (dogu)
Japanese
ca. 3rd century B.C. - 1st century B.C.
59.133
Mourning Bird-man (karura)
Japanese
early 8th century
50.57
Praying Figure
Japanese
1615-1868
55.182
Seated Figure of a Nobleman
Japanese
16th century
34.121
Harvest God
Japanese
19th century
92.47.252
Double puppy group
Japanese
19th century
92.47.255
Inari Fox
Japanese
19th century
97.10.1
Inari Fox
Japanese
19th century
97.10.2
Wood carving of cherry blossom
Japanese
19th century
98.47.40
Judge of Hell
Japanese
18th century
55.181
Dog, carved wood
Japanese
18th-19th century
98.47.43
Seated Amida Buddha
Japanese
14th-15th century
47.66
Lion-Dog
Japanese
35.260.1
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.